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Customer Reviews for First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Concentrate

First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Concentrate

An intensive, all-purpose beauty balm to treat everything from hair flyaways to eczema.
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First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Concentrate Reviews
First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Concentrate Review #1
ATXgirl
Austin, TX
Pros: smooth texture, gentle, long lasting
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Age Group:25-34
Gender:F
Skin Type:combination

Excellent for dry sensitive skin

-October 2, 2012
I've been dealing with adult onset eczema for the past few years. Keeping my skin well moisturized is key to reducing the frequency and severity of flare ups. I tried using the FAB repair cream and to be honest I was pretty disappointed by it. I didn't feel that it worked any better than my CeraVe cream and it's a heck of a lot more expensive. I read some some really good reviews about this stuff and figured, why not. I'm happy to shell out $30 if it keeps my skin clear. This stuff has turned out to be great - waaaay better than the lotion. I find it to be very similar to the Neutrogena hand cream (Norwegian formula stuff), but unlike the Neutrogena cream, this stuff doesn't irritate my skin if I have a flare up. It's extremely mild and has a faint scent (smells like licorice to me). It does feel heavy/waxy when first applied, but I don't find that to be a bad thing. It lasts a long time and the hydrating effect is lasting. You only need a small amount, so even though the container is pretty small, it's not too bad $ wise. If you want a cheaper alternative, I put the performance of this stuff on par with coconut oil or shea balm - this is just much less greasy/scented.
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